Effective social programs would end or reduce poverty by elevating poor people to levels of economic self sufficiency and prosperity. Effective social programs would end or reduce poverty by educating poor people to facilitate their economic self sufficiency and prosperity.
(Side note: because effective social programs would eventually render themselves unnecessary, it follows that government bureaucracy, which invariably seeks its own perpetuation, will not pursue effective social programs.)
Social program which presume to justify killing unborn children as a means of cost control cannot be either elevating or educating poor people--the cost containment pressure would not exist if such programs were indeed elevating and educating poor people. Thus, such social programs of necessity regard poor people as a parasite, a burden to be dispensed with at a minimum cost and with a minimum of effort.
Earlier you asked who said you resent poor people. The answer is obvious: you have said this. In justifying abortion as cost control for welfare, you have said exactly this. In putting forward abortion among the poor as an economic necessity, you despise and contemn the poor.